INSTRUCTIONS- Bold & Brilliant Byzantine Bracelet 3 pg Chainmaille Right-hand PDF tutorial Original design by me, Kat Wisniewski of Elemental Art Jewelry. Level: BEGINNER Right-hand PDF tutorial. Left-hand version also available Powerful color boosts this fresh version of the popular Byzantine weave. Find out how to incorporate solid glass rings into chain maille designs for a truly innovative look. Free Button Ring Design Project by Margot Potter for Jewel School - JTV Blog Who's Got the Button Rings? We are gearing up for a new Jewel School event here in Knoxville, Tennessee. I actually started working with JTV at last year's event and I can hardly believe a year has gone by so quickly. I shared these rings in my class last year and now I'm sharing them with you.
D.I.Y. Instagram Calendar As you know, I've made it my New Year's goal to complete 52 crafts projects in 2012. Just simple and fun projects to use for my home, get organized, to wear and sometimes to give as gifts. Even though it's not quite yet the new year, I decided to go ahead and get rolling! As part of my mother's Christmas present I decided to make her a calendar for 2012 that featured a different picture of my dog for each month (she's just about as crazy for my dog as I am!).
Handmade Custom Chainmaille Jewelry by Red Panda Chainmail - Weaves This page will serve as a list of chainmaille weaves I’ve successfully completed. It will be updated as I learn new ones. Click the clickable names to be taken to a picture of one of the things I’ve made with that particular weave. Pandora Jewelry and Pandora Charms! Pandora has become the jewelry choice for women all over the world who want to express their own personal style. The Pandora Jewelry collection offers a rich array of stylish jewelry created by artisans using the finest materials. Our Pandora Store is committed to providing you with the most exceptional Pandora Jewelry shopping experience available.
Gift Ideas for poor creative souls (6) You know how it goes, a friend calls you and invites you to dinner at the last minute. OMG! What gift can you take?! You scrabble around the cupboards trying to find a box of chocolates or a bottle of wine but find that most of the chocolates have been eaten and the wine has gone. I thought this was a wonderful idea. You could make a few of these and keep them to one side for just such an occasion. Chants, Blessings, Prayers and Charms A Spell to Cast Away Darkness Belisama Fire 2001 In the center of the darkest storm, Is a brilliant rainbow, bright and warm. Look past the darkness that you see, There's more than what you think might be. North America Gemstone supply www.shopreinerland.com Design team Cristina Taranu and Reiner Mengesdorf united in 2006 to create the company Reinerland. Cristina lived in Romania and Reiner in Germany, prior to moving to New York City. Together they show an eye for color and play with diverse metal textures, drawing from technical skill and their fine arts backgrounds. Cristina developed an interest in jewelry design while working in theatre, which led her to becoming a student at Studio Jewelers Ltd. Reiner is a visual artist who has exhibited his abstract paintings in New York, Europe and Japan.
DIY Magazine Envelopes As promised, here is a tutorial on making your own envelopes for stationery sets. While this template makes a rectangular envelope, you could certainly modify it to make squares as well, and as usual this image is scalable (the actual jpg is quite small, I printed it at 250% to make the cute envelopes shown in the tutorial--I just like cutesy small stuff, my original envelopes were much larger). To make these envelopes you will need: Paper or magazine pages of your choosing. scissors or an X-Acto knife a ruler Envelope template (below) glue (elmer's or glue sticks work just fine--if you do not have glue, you can go without and use stickers to close your envelope as well)
Bougaivillea's Book of Shadows : Member's Books of Shadows White: A balance of all colors; Spiritual enlightenment, cleansing, clairvoyance, healing, truth seeking; Rituals involving lunar energy' May be substituted for any color candle. Yellow: Activity, Creativity, unity; brings power of concentration and imagination to a ritual; use in rituals where you wish to gain another’s confidence or persuade someone, or in rituals that require solar energy. Gold: Fosters understanding and attracts the powers of cosmic influences; beneficial in rituals intended to bring about fast luck or money, or in rituals needing solar energy. Orange: Creativity, ability to speak one's mind, ambition, career matters and the Law, self-confidence.
Learn Jewelry Making Class Description Jewelry artist Max Goodman will lead you through four fundamental techniques you can use to create a variety of unique accessories. Max will show you how to string pearls, stones and beads as you master pearl knotting, as you learn about rhythm and flow in jewelry design.